Today in Movie Culture: New Darth Maul Fan Film, How 'Deadpool' Should Have Ended and More

Today in Movie Culture: New Darth Maul Fan Film, How 'Deadpool' Should Have Ended and More

Mar 08, 2016

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:


Fan Film of the Day:

The best new character from the Star Wars prequels gets a great spotlight, as he deserves, in the new fan-made short Darth Maul: Apprentice (via Neatorama):


Reimagined Ending of the Day:

Captain America helps out the Merc with a Mouth in the How It Should Have Ended for Deadpool:


Imagined Remake of the Day:

Ignore the fact that there's a new installment coming out soon; here's what a remake of The Ring would be like today (via Geek Tyrant):


Casting Rendering of the Day:

J.K. Simmons has been cast as the new Commissioner Gordon in The Justice League Part One, so BossLogic and came up with an artist rendering of what he might look like in the role:


Movie Takedown of the Day:

With the next installment coming out soon, Honest Trailers tries to make sense of The Divergent Series: Insurgent:


Filmmaker in Focus:

This montage of Guillermo del Toro movies highlight's the director's most imaginative ideas (via Cinematic Montage Creators):


Movie Trailer Comparison of the Day:

We're still hoping the new Ghostbusters is better than Pixels, but they do look awfully similar when their trailers are viewed side by side -- especially when synched up through YouTube Doubler (via Reddit):

YouTube Doubler


Supercut of the Day:

Speaking of similarities in movies, here's a supercut of characters asking "what have I done?" or "what have you done?" followed by a montage of the things done:


Video Essay of the Day:

Channel Criswell has a new video analyzing Spike Jonze's Her and its "wants vs. needs" narrative:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 20th anniversary of the limited release opening of Fargo. Watch the original trailer for the Coen Brothers movie, which would go on to win two Oscars:




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